Taking shape

Amanda Hunt, Director of Education and Senior Curator of Programs at MOCA LA, and the AGO's Associate Curator of Photography, Julie Crooks came together for a conversation about art, audiences, and learning in today’s climate.

 

Lights, Camera, Action!

Music, dance and more: reconnect with live performance, every Friday with the AGO Home Stage.

The edge of Indigenous Art

The AGO’s curator of Indigenous Art, and founder of aabaakwad, shares her experience of The Sydney Biennial amidst a pandemic.

The people under the stairs

Join us Under the Spiral Staircase for an evening of mentalism, magic, illusion and song on April 4.

aabaakwad heads to the land down under

The AGO is heading to Sydney, Australia for an international gathering on Indigenous art.

Making it in magic

Julie Eng was raised to thrive in the world of magic. But her seat at the table was not simply conjured out of thin air.

Rebirth in (slow) motion

Choreographer Marie Lambin-Gagnon returns to the AGO on March 4 for a performance that explores life, death and rebirth.

The greatest show(s) on earth!

With daily performances by the Toronto Magic Company, don’t miss the fascinating Illusions: The Art of Magic.

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